VIDEO: Joe Biden jokes about dropping the F-bomb in 2010 over Obamacare
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HAMPTON, N.H. — Former Vice President Joe Biden Monday made light of his reputation for gaffes with a joke about one of his most famous slip-ups.
The front-runner in the 2020 Democratic presidential field voiced his support for making healthcare a right and told attendees at a campaign stop in Hampton, N.H., that he wants to “reestablish what Barack and I did in the Affordable Care Act.”
The article goes on to state the following:
“When that act passed, I said it was a big deal, or something to that effect,” Biden said to laughter.
In 2010, Biden drew bemusement and derision for cursing on a hot mic. At an event at which President Barack Obama signed the Affordable Care Act, Biden leaned in to the president and whispered in his ear, “this is a big f—ing deal,” not realizing that microphones captured the exchange.
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) May 13, 2019
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